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tri•fo•ri•um



Pronunciation: (trī-fôr'ē-um, -fōr'-), [key]
n.,
pl. -fo•ri•aPronunciation: (-fôr'ē-u, -fōr'-). [key]
Archit.
(in a church) the wall at the side of the nave, choir, or transept, corresponding to the space between the vaulting or ceiling and the roof of an aisle, often having a blind arcade or an opening in a gallery.

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